Maybe you’re blasé about blogs, turned off by tweets, skeptical of the whole social media scene. That hands-off policy may hurt you and your client. Lawyers no longer have the luxury of ignoring social media, even if they choose not ...Read More »
Given the number of social media sites reviewing everything from barbeque to Botox, some law firm consultants say that lawyers should be asking their clients to post positive reviews on websites like Yelp!, Avvo and Google Hotpot. Dale Tincher, a ...Read More »
Employers trying to define social media policies for employees may want to look at a report that outlines recent government decisions about employee rights to use Facebook, Twitter and other social media. The National Labor Relations Board’s Office of the ...Read More »
For years now, jury researchers have been using the Internet to gauge public sentiment and investigate potential jurors. The media-fueled frenzy of the Casey Anthony trial opened new avenues for trial consultants to help lawyers craft their tactics, and experts ...Read More »
Tourists visiting Colonial Williamsburg got an unexpected treat on Tuesday. After a historical reenactment from revolutionary days, an apparent tourist at the back of the audience broke out in song. Then another tourist joined him. Then another. Before you knew ...
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